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Which is true of dwarf planets? A. They are known for their ability to pull in smaller nearby debris. B. They are only found beyond Neptune. C. They are composed of rock and ice.
They are composed of rock and ice is true of dwarf planets.
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They are composed of rock and ice is true of dwarf planets.
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